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WWE, Triple H, Shawn Michaels & X-Pac offer condolences on the death of D-X vocalist Chris Warren

Chris Warren, the musician who performed “Break It Down”, the theme song for D-Generation X, passed away yesterday at the age of 49. His death was described as sudden and no cause has been revealed.

The singer impressed WWE’s head of music during the Attitude Era, Jim Johnson, with his work on D-X’s distinctive theme and was hired to work on several projects with the company, including Triple H's “My Time” and X-Pac’s “Make Some Noise”.

WWE’s website posted on his death, and extended their thoughts and prayers to Warren’s family and loved ones. Several members of the stable which will forever be linked to his voice followed suit on social media:

Saddened to hear of Chris Warren's passing. He brought an iconic sound to DX and @WWE. My condolences to his family.

A photo posted by Paul "Triple H" Levesque (@tripleh) on

Though our connection to Warren was more distant, we join Waltman, Michaels and Haitch in sending our condolences. Chris’ music helped make wrestling fun, and for that we’re always grateful.

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